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Maximizing Your Online Advertising and Digital Marketing Budget 6:00 pm
Maximizing Your Online Advertising and Digital Marketing Budget @ Spark Niagara
Dec 4 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
You don’t need a big budget to get noticed on the web – you just need creativity! Savvy businesses are using bootstrap digital marketing techniques to amplify their message online. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn the tricks and tools needed to market your business effectively on a shoestring budget. This event is hosted by the Niagara Falls Small Business Enterprise Centre.
Women in STEM Experiences: The Science of Wine 7:00 pm
Women in STEM Experiences: The Science of Wine @ Spark Niagara
Dec 4 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Science is everywhere; it impacts everything around us and everything we do and enjoy, including wine and beer! Join Scientists in School for the grand finale of the 2019 Workshop series to explore and discover some scientific aspects behind the ingredients in wine, beer or your favorite drink. Journey into the microscopic world of grapes, try and contain your yeast chemical experiment, and investigate how much sugar is in your wine. The guide through this exciting, hands-on adventure will be Carla Sterling. Carla is a Research Scientist in Epilepsy by training and has a B.SC. in Neurophysiology from the University of Toronto. Part of Scientists in School since 2005, Carla is an integral part of the classroom program development team, works with topic teams, and also helps to mentor and train new presenters. Over the years, Carla has ignited the spark of STEM excitement in thousands of young scientists. This is not your high school chemistry class. When this event is over, you’ll be able to WOW friends and family with your latest science knowledge. No experience is necessary. This event is hosted by Stephanie Thompson.
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Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) 8:30 pm
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) @ YMCA Employment & Immigration Services
Dec 7 @ 8:30 pm – Dec 8 @ 4:30 pm
ASIST is a two-day workshop that provides practical training for caregivers seeking to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. Participants in the workshop learn how to: Recognize invitations to help Reach out and offer support Review the risk of suicide Apply a suicide intervention model Link people with community resources Registration includes two days of instruction, workshop materials, a comprehensive book, and a wallet card. Certificate is received upon completion of workshop, at the discretion of trainers based on appropriate participation. Learning formats include use of simulations, role-playing, group discussions, etc. Attendance is required for full two days to receive certificate. Participants are responsible for their own refreshments and lunch. Space is limited. Please email dcniagara@distresscentreniagara.com to register. This workshop is hosted by Distress Centre Niagara.
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Human Trafficking Luncheon 11:45 am
Human Trafficking Luncheon @ Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls
Dec 12 @ 11:45 am – 1:45 pm
Join the South Niagara Chambers for an informative luncheon with Keynote Speaker Sandy Biback founder of Meeting Professionals Against Human Trafficking. Educates on key topic against Human Trafficking (MPAHT). Presentation to follow by a panel discussion moderated by Joyce Morocco, Elements of Success. The panel will include representation from YWCA Niagara, NRP, Fire, Niagara Native Centre, Niagara Hotelier, and a Human Trafficking Survivor. This event is hosted by the South Niagara Chambers of Commerce.
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